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COURSE OVERVIEW

RIGWORLD’s Behaviour Based Safety training courses and seminars help you fulfill your potential while enhancing the qualities of positive safety leadership in you and in your team. Programs focus on real-world effective leadership skills in areas such as hazard recognition, safety culture, key safety tasks for supervisors, human error, risk understanding, decision-making strategies, and more. Course topics can be mixed and matched to provide the specific skills you wish to emphasize.

CONTENT


COURSE INTRODUCTION
Overview of Employer Responsibilities
Safety is Smart business!
The Importance of the Supervisor
What the Law Says
Employer Responsibilities
Employee Responsibilities
Discrimination against Employees Who Exercise Their Safety and Health Rights

IDENTIFYING HAZARDS
Introduction
The Five Workplace Hazard Categories
Supervisor Role
The Walk-around Safety Inspection
The Person Conducting the Inspections
How to Build an Effective Safety Inspection Checklist
Make Everyone an Inspector
Responsibilities Should Be Given to Supervisors
Supervisors Should Be Trainers

WHEN SAFETY TRAINING SHOULD OCCUR
A Case for Initial Orientation
Training at Safety Meetings
Common Sense or Individual Good Sense
Every Culture is Different

TRAINING TOPICS
Important Guidelines about Safety Training
Model Training Strategy

PROVIDING SAFETY SUPERVISION
Introduction
The Key to Safety Supervision is Super Vision
Delegate
Scenario
Leaders Know How to Use Recognition
Withholding Injury Reports
Management-Level Behaviours
Safety Leadership

ENSURING ACCOUNTABILITY
Introduction
Accountability
Accountable Systems
Element 1: Established Standards of Performance
Element 2: Resources to Achieve those Standards
Element 3: A System of Measurement
Element 4: Appropriate Application of Effective Consequences
Very Important Questions
Two Sides to the Accountability Coin
Element 5: A Process to Evaluate the Accountability System

CREATING A CULTURE OF CONSEQUENCES
Introduction
The Four Categories of Consequences
There Are Thanks and Then There Are Thanks
Criteria for Effective Recognition
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